Shanghai Program

The Shanghai program is a partnership between Université Paris-Dauphine and East China Normal University » (ECNU). The program offers 30 Dauphine students in the third year of their Bachelor's in Management the opportunity to spend their 2nd semester in China. The program combines classes, taught in English, with an internship in a Shanghai-based company.

Overview

The program is open to third-year Bachelor's students specializing in Management. The first cohort will begin their semester in Shanghai in January 2017.  
The program opens with three months of intensive academic courses at ECNU, located in the center of Shanghai, followed by a three-month management internship.
Curriculum combines classes taught in English by Dauphine Professors with ECNU courses specific to the Chinese context. Students also enroll in Chinese language classes, organized by level of proficiency.   

Curriculum

Admissions

The program is open to students currently enrolled in the 2nd year of their Université Paris-Dauphine Bachelor's and who intend to choose Management as their third year specialization. Students who are accepted into the Shanghai program will be required to choose Chinese as their third language (LV3) beginning in the first semester of their L3 year.

Students should apply to the Shanghai program at the end of the first semester of their L2 year. Applications should be addressed to the International Office via MyDauphine.
Admission to the program is based on academic standing and motivation as well as English proficiency.

Candidates are required to provide the results of a recent standard official English Language Proficiency test (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, Cambridge or a Dauphine Proficiency Test ...)  that attest to their command of written and spoken English. The admissions process takes into account the written application form and supporting documents as well as individual interviews.

Admission to the program is based on academic standing and motivation as well as English proficiency. Candidates are required to provide the results of a recent standard official English Language Proficiency test (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, Cambridge or a Dauphine Proficiency Test ...)  that attest to their command of written and spoken English. The admissions process takes into account the written application form and supporting documents as well as individual interviews.

International Exchange program at Dauphine